Deaths in Northern Ireland v deaths on UK roads

In Northern Ireland (it was stated on BBC News), there have been 3,500 deaths in 3 decades. Made me work out the approximate death and injury toll in 3 decades on UK roads (I’ll research the exact figures anon). Deaths: 90,000. Life-damaging injuries: 700,000. And this is peacetime! Do the media give the subject proportionate airtime (despite my efforts at pitching)? Do pigs drive?

About Martin Cassini

Campaign founder and video producer, pursuing traffic system reform to make roads safe, civilised and efficient
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